The monochord is a long instrument in the form of a long inner flute concave with openings. It´s divided into nine parts recorded with nine letters of the alphabet.
From top to bottom on the divisions has a single nerve cord and when it is struck according to the rules of the art, allows to execute all the invented melodies; its an instrument.
The basic monochord, or tonometric monochord, is usually a rectangular box and a single string that produces a tone (octave) when played by a plectrum or with the fingers.
This great millenary tool will help you to transmit new knowledge through profound sensitivity.
That is why this great instrument called Monochord, brings us closer in all its senses as in unipersonal and collective meditation, sound concerts and individual therapy.
It helps you to feel your sound spectrum throughout the body, through resonance from very subtle levels, to intense ones.
- It helps to improve the hand’s mobility in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and Parkinson’s conditions.
- It helps decrease ailments of various types such as; contractures or fractures in the body, hip pain, sciatica, bronchi, menstrual, fertility, and urinary tract.
- Balance the first to the fifth chakra.
- It connects deeply with the fourth Anahata chakra (heart).
- It helps through sound to exercise a deep connection with our inner BEING, motivating self-knowledge.
- It connects us with our emotions by developing greater sensitivity, eliminating physical, emotional, and mental blocks.
- Through the resonance, our body reaches subtle and profound levels of relaxation, allowing well-being.
Graduates of the different professional training pieces offered by the IES can freely use their degree to provide massage and sound harmonization therapies to patients, in health institutions, holistic centers, or any space they require.
An IES certified sound therapist is committed to using the knowledge and skills acquired ethically and responsibly. And he recognizes that experience and good practices are received through constant updating and perfecting his technique.
The Spanish institution of Sonotherapy has a registry from the Ministry of Institutions and Associations in Spain and other institutions in Europe; these registers are not transferable to students.